Archive for December, 2012

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) in Spain

0 Comments   Posted: 26/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Like many Australians, you may be think of starting a Vocational Education and Training English teaching Course like the Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL Course 40649SA). Or, you may have recently graduated from your TESOL Course. If so, then CONGRATULATIONS on your new qualification and the huge opportunities it Read the full post

OHS Tips for the Office

0 Comments   Posted: 19/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Tips on improving work health and safety in the office

Keeping Safe in the Office Developments in technology and the roll-out of faster, more stable internet across the country have created a situation where more Australians than ever are able to work remotely. Many roles can now be effectively performed while working in a home office or on the go. Proving a workplace free from Read the full post

Project Management: What To Do When Projects Fail

0 Comments   Posted: 19/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Project Management: What To Do When Projects Fail

Like many project managers, you have probably found that projects rarely go perfectly to plan. And at times, you may have experienced project failure. It happens to even the best project managers and there are several steps you can take in an event of a project failure to safeguard against it happening again in the Read the full post

Teaching English As A Second Language In Dubai

11 Comments   Posted: 19/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Learn how to use your TESOL qualification to teach English in Dubai

Welcome to part 3 of Inspire’s TESOL course destination series: Teaching English As A Second Language In Dubai If you have recently completed a TESOL Course Certification, like the Cert IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages or a TEFL, CELTA, ESOL or ESL course… CONGRATS! Now you enter the most exciting part Read the full post

Child Care Costs: Who Should Carry The Financial Burden?

0 Comments   Posted: 14/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Who Should Carry The Financial Burden of Child Care Costs?

Increasing Cost of Child Care in Australia Rising child care costs for Australian families have been a hot topic in 2012, a problem mirrored in many other developed nations. A drive to decrease the ratio of children to carers, improve the pay of child care workers and set minimum standards for education for workers is Read the full post

Christmas in the Workplace and OH&S

0 Comments   Posted: 13/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Christmas and Work Health and Safety

It’s that time of year again, CHRISTMAS! For an occupational health and safety officer this can mean many things. It’s first time to plan a work safe Christmas party, and secondly a time to look at the year as a whole and where any OHS hazards or issues could be fixed or new policies put Read the full post

Top 4 Apps for Project Management

1 Comment   Posted: 13/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Top 4 Apps for Project Management

Now, as a project manager you will undoubtedly be busy, busy, busy with your main focus just getting through the current project at hand (or maybe even just today!). With a little help from technology, these apps are a fantastic resource tools to help you better plan, organise, secure and manage your resources and ultimately Read the full post

Teaching English As A Second Language In China

2 Comments   Posted: 12/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Teaching English as a Second Language in China

Welcome to part 2 of Inspire’s TESOL course destination series: Teaching English As A Second Language In China If you have recently completed a TESOL Course Certification like the Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages or a TEFL, CELTA, ESOL congratulations! You are now onto the most exciting part of your Read the full post

Do you need an Australian Business Number?

0 Comments   Posted: 12/12/12   by Brent Rogers

Anyone trying to set up a business in Australia really should have an Australian Business Number (ABN), particularly if they’re planning to service other business clients. It is an 11 digit identifying number that businesses use when dealing with other businesses, often placed on invoices and other documents relating to sales. If you don’t provide Read the full post

TESOL Course Graduates: How To Get A Job

2 Comments   Posted: 11/12/12   by Brent Rogers

TESOL Course Graduates: How To Get A Job

Like many Australians, you may currently enrolled in a vocational education and training course.  Or you may be interested in studying a training qualification, like a TESOL Course, or have recently graduated from one. For your convenience I have compiled a set of tips for TESOL Certification graduates on the job hunt. TESOL Course Quick Read the full post

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